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Oct 31, 2012 3:00am PDT
, michael brown who of course we all know -- >> famous. >> bill: yeah he was having a big meal somewhere when katrina was happening, and didn't have time to give it his full attention, so did president bush. and yesterday michael brown criticizing president obama for acting too quickly. >> yeah, this is one of those big questions of how -- how soon -- how much do you try to scare people essentially. and that's the non-partisan part of this question. there's the partisan angle to it, like i don't know if it would have been better to get people to wait until sunday so start preparing. and i think that's a debate that happens after -- >> bill: but back to what you said about the republican governors, i doubt that any of them are going to say, oh he gave his help too soon. >> yeah. i'm not sure where that came from, but then again these are people who have a history of speaking probably when they shouldn't -- >> bill: consider the source. i think you said it right. speaking of the governors on "good morning america" yesterday, chris christie didn't hesitate. >> i have to say the ad
Oct 30, 2012 3:00am PDT
. shelley brown says the president made the right decision to coordinate government action from the white house. here is our national leader in the face of a national disaster. >> bill: he's on it. he's on the job. by the way obama campaign announcing this morning president bill clinton will be campaigning today in commerce city colorado, and denver, colorado. and vice president biden on friday will be going to wisconsin for his next campaign trip. so the election -- even if there are no campaign events scheduled for obama and romney, mark, what do you make of the national polls that show romney and obama tied? >> first of all, they don't matter obviously at the end of the day. it is interesting to look at but we have electoral college. president obama is ahead in the electoral college. it works out something like this. i think he wins all of the states plus wisconsin and nevada that gets him to 253. he only needs 17 electoral votes. ohio has 18. it is conceivable that romney could win ohio. it seems unlikely. he's ahead in all of the polls. pretty much all the undecideds have to go to ro
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